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CJE's Office needs help for two who lost home in fire

Amy Wilson and Jessica Palmer

By Lisa Greer, Administrative Assistant
Office of Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton

Amy Wilson and Jessica Palmer of 160 Park Way Ln, Columbia Ky lost theirhome in a fire yesterday, Thursday, July 05, 2012.

If anyone has any items that they would like to donate, please contact thefollowing numbers. This family could use any items that anyone would beable to donate.

The following sizes are needed:
  • Blouses - Xl, 2x and 3x
  • Bottoms - 16/18 and 24/26
  • Shoes - 8.5 and 10
Any type of furniture, appliances, or household items. Items can bedropped off at the Office of Adair County Judge Executive Ann Melton,424 Public Sq, and Columbia KY. Items that are too big to be dropped offplease contact us and we will make arrangements for someone to pick updonated items. If you have any questions please contact Lisa Greer orJerri Nixon at the following; or 270-384-4703

This story was posted on 2012-07-06 18:04:49
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